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Posted by  Gary R on February 27, 2003 at 10:02:00:

In Reply to:  domestic laundry design posted by Maggie on February 20, 2003 at 20:17:10:

I don't have one to share, but I did recently read an article by a residential architect who said that he regarded the inclusion of an ironing board, etc. in a residential laundry room to be a "stupid" idea. His word, not mine. He justified his remark by pointing out the fact that most people who have ever done any ironing on a regular basis choose to do it at a portable ironing board situated in the den or living room, in front of the TV. He said that no one wants to be confined for hours on end to a (usually) windowless laundry room with nothing to entertain themselves. I had to agree with him on that point.


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